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    • Centaur

    • De : Declan Murphy, Ami Rao
    • Lu par : Stephen Hogan, Julie Maisey
    • Durée : 9 h et 19 min
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    A natural on a horse since he was able to walk, and imbued with a pure love of riding, Declan Murphy became one of the most brilliant jockeys of his generation before his world came crashing down at the final hurdle of a race at Haydock Park. His skull shattered in 12 places, he was believed to be dead, the last rites were read and the Racing Post published his obituary. Miraculously, and the word is not used lightly, he survived and defied medical thinking in recovering to the extent that 18 months after his fall, he was able to saddle up for one more race.

    Prix : 20,44 €

    • The Second Half

    • De : Roy Keane, Roddy Doyle
    • Lu par : Roy Keane, Stephen Hogan
    • Durée : 9 h et 4 min
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    Narrated by Stephen Hogan and introduced by Roy Keane. In an 18-year playing career for Cobh Ramblers, Nottingham Forest, and Manchester United (under Sir Alex Ferguson) and Celtic, Roy Keane dominated every midfield he led to glory. Aggressive and highly competitive, his attitude helped him to excel as captain of Manchester United from 1997 until his departure in 2005.

    Prix : 25,55 €

    • Michael O'Leary

    • Turbulent Times for the Man Who Made Ryanair
    • De : Matt Cooper
    • Lu par : Stephen Hogan
    • Durée : 11 h et 9 min
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    Penguin presents the audiobook edition of Michael O'Leary by Matt Cooper, read by Stephen Hogan. September 2017. Ryanair cancels over 700,000 bookings, and its powerful PR juggernaut comes shuddering to a halt. For once, the airline's aggressive and flamboyant CEO, Michael O'Leary, is contrite and apologetic. A month later Ryanair announces increased passenger traffic for October, year-on-year growth and increased profits. Its share price soars. For the moment, it appears, a fundamental shake-up of Europe's biggest airline is off the table. But questions remain about the causes of the debacle and O'Leary's role in it.

    Prix : 19,58 €